It's early in the presidential election cycle, even for a Clinton. So Hillary Clinton's choice to come out in support of the Affordable Care Act this week was notable.
One might say that Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) was for the hate politics of the far right before he was against it.
“I don’t really even need George Kennan right now,” President Obama said recently in a New Yorker interview.
Ohioans are used to being called to American governance. Ohio is called “the Cradle of Presidents” because from the end of the Colonial period to the rise of war in Europe, a rash of presidents came from Ohio, bringing stability to the fledgling heartland.
You notice it right away. In President Obama’s meeting with the Dalai Lama, the setting is different. There is a little table between them and the chairs are smaller. It is a tiny table, barely a table at all, as if to convey to the Chinese that nothing will be on the table.
Ted Nugent calling President Obama a subhuman mongrel is racist, bigoted, demented, sick, vile and unworthy of any major political party. With attitudes such as this, Nugent might look for remnants of the American Nazi Party, if they are still...
If it is over for the Cold War, is it not over for us as well? Are we anything at all without our evil twin, Russia, to scorn, smite and despise?
By bringing in the racist misogynist Ted Nugent to support his campaign for governor, Greg Abbott has a committed a whopper of a blunder that is beyond the wildest imagination of Texas Democrats.
If President Obama has his way on increasing the nation’s minimum wage, 500,000 Americans will see their wages cut to zero, their jobs eliminated by this feel-good government mandate, according to the Congressional Budget Office.
As a member of the Supreme Court bar, I can go to any argument or decision day and observe American history happen. So can a few hundred citizens who stand in line for the few seats parceled out. Why just us? Is there a good reason?